And the story was not good. I wanted it to be over.
AUDIOBOOK NARRATOR: Tanya Eby said S’s in a way that detracted from the story, and s..Show More »ome of her T’s and TH’s were odd. Throughout the book I was on edge listening for each time she would say these sounds. She also used a bad voice for Nick (hero). He sounded dorky and constipated. She had a weird accent for Laurant (heroine). I don’t know what that was. She said “dunt” or “douynt” instead of “don’t.” She said “mehbehh” instead of “maybe.”
THE STORY: It felt uninspired and formulaic. No chemistry between the couple. I didn’t see how they grew to like each other. All of a sudden she tells him she loves him and asks him to kiss her.
THE BUCHANAN/FBI SERIES: This is book 1 in the series. I did not like books 1 and 10. But I really liked books 2 and 3 “Mercy” and “Killjoy.” I suggest reading Mercy before Killjoy.
I didn't want the story to end. I laughed, cheered and just plain couldn't stop listening. This is a wonderful story set in the bayous of Louisiana. T..Show More »he charm of the plain folks, and the Boston attorney who, was accepted and coerced by everyone to remain there won me over swiftly. The story was riveting and you couldn't help cheering for the good guys to win. Michelle and Theo are very likable as a couple and you can't help but think they were intended for each other. Give this one a try you will enjoy it as I did. About the narrator, she did a fantastic job. It is very hard to emulate a southern, cajun accent. I grew up in New Orleans and trust me when I say it is hard to speak the way they do unless you are born there. So my hat is off to you MS.Taister you did a credible job switching between a Bostonian accent to a Cajun dialect, even throwing in a twang of Mississipian.